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Odile. Eleven artists explore ideas implicit with good and evil, performance and identity

Greater Dandenong will host a dynamic city-wide art exhibition, Odile.

Odile takes its inspiration from the black swan in Tchaikovsky’s tale Swan Lake. The sinister and seductive black swan Odile is contrasted with the innocent white swan Odette.

The same concept applies to this exhibition where each artist explores ideas implicit with good and evil and performance and identity.

Odile will be held across four venues in Dandenong. It features the work of 11 artists and references dance, puppetry and the spoken word.

Odile forms part of the (Sub) Urban project, produced by the City of Greater Dandenong and supported by Creative Victoria

Exhibition features leading contemporary artists, Zoe Croggon, Anne Ferran, Juan Ford, Tarryn Gill, Jenny Holzer, Kyoko Imazu, Hung Lin, Polixeni Papapetrou, Kate Rhode, Vanessa White, Gosia Wlodarczak.


Where: Heritage Hill, Walker Street Gallery, Garnar Lane, Drum Theatre Foyer etc, Dandenong, Victoria

When : 2pm Sat 5 May - 5pm Sat 23 Jun

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Event starts
Saturday 5 May, 2018
Event Ends
Saturday 23 June, 2018
Venue Address

Victoria, Dandenong

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